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Place name County Entry Source Downton Shropshire Downton , hamlet, Stanton Lacy par., S. Shropshire, 3 miles NE. of Ludlow; in vicinity is Downton Hall . Bartholomew East Shropshire East , hamlet, Stanton Lacy par., S. Shropshire, 2 miles NW. of Ludlow. Bartholomew EAST Shropshire EAST , a hamlet in Stanton-Lacy parish, Salop; 2 miles NNW of Ludlow. Pop., 24. Imperial EXETER Cornwall
Lacy; and completed, in 1478, by Bishop Booth. The prevailing style is the early decorated; and it is maintained, from the early parts to the latest, with a persistency which has rarely been exemplified in similar structures, and which produces an appearance as if the entire pile had been constructed as a single work and by one designer. "A singular felicity, " remarks Sir H. Englefield, "attended the erection of this cathedral. During the long period of 500 years, no tasteless or vain prelate interfered with the regular and elegant plan of -the founder. Though the taste in architecture was continually Imperial HAYTON (LOWER and UPPER) Shropshire townships in Stanton-Lacy parish, Salop; on the river Corve, 4¼ miles N of Ludlow. Pop., 104 and 256. Imperial Hayton, Upper and Lower Shropshire Hayton, Upper and Lower, 2 hamlets, Stanton Lacy par., S. Shropshire, on river Corve, 4 m. N. of Ludlow. Bartholomew Henley Shropshire Henley , hamlet, Bitterley and Stanton Lacy par., S. Shropshire, on branch of river Teme, 2 miles NE. of Ludlow. Bartholomew HENLEY Shropshire township in Bitterley and Stanton-Lacy parishes, Salop; on a branch of the river Teme, 2 miles NE of Ludlow. Imperial HEREFORD Herefordshire Lacy, Llanrotha1, and Sellack; the p. curacies of Aconbury, Ballingham, Much Birch, Callow, Garway, Hentland, Little Dewchurch, Hoarwithy, Bolston, Kenderchurch, Kilpeck, Llangarren, St. Weonards, Marstow, Pencoyd, Kings-Caple, and Welsh-Newton; and the donatives of Wormbridge and Orcop. The deanery of Leominster contains the rectories of Byton, Croft, Humber, Kingsland, Knill, Pembridge, Presteigne, Puddlestone, New Radnor, Old Radnor, Sarnesfield, Shobdon, and Stretford; the vicarages of Aymestry, Birley, Yarpole, Eardisland, Eye, Leominster Monkland, Norton, Orleton, Stanton Imperial Hopton Shropshire Hopton , hamlet, Stanton Lacy par., S. Shropshire, 3 miles N. of Ludlow. Bartholomew HOPTON Shropshire HOPTON , a township in Stanton-Lacy parish, Salop; 3¼ miles N of Ludlow. Pop., 50. Imperial LUDLOW Shropshire Stanton-Lacy, and Bromfield parishes. Corporation income in 1855, £1,384. Amount of property and income tax charged in 1863, £1,743. Electors Imperial ROCK Shropshire ROCK , a township in Stanton-Lacy parish, Salop; 1 mile E N E of Ludlow. Pop., 134. Imperial Stanton Lacy Shropshire Stanton Lacy , par. and vil., Shropshire - par. (containing a suburban part of Ludlow), 7114 ac., pop. 2178; vil., on river Bartholomew STANTON-LACY Shropshire STANTON-LACY , a township and a parish in Ludlow district, Salop. The township lies on the river Corve, 1¼ mile Imperial WEST Shropshire WEST , a hamlet in Stanton-Lacy parish, Salop; 2 miles NNW of Ludlow. Imperial WOOTON Shropshire WOOTON , a township in Stanton-Lacy parish, Salop; 4¼ miles NW of Ludlow. Pop., 65. Imperial
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